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    Posted December 21, 2013 by
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    Riot in Warnbro

     

    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     A party spiraled out of control after riot police were called onto the scene in Warnbro, Western Australia in the early morning hours of Sunday, December 22, say David Fullard. Fullard captured photos of the confrontation between police and party-goers. He says the police on the scene declared the situation an out of control gathering after youths started fighting on the streets, throwing glass bottles on the ground and throwing punches at each other. He says police were there to stop the destruction and disperse the situation. No charges have been filed as far as he knows, and he says the crowds dispersed soon after the riot police came onto the scene.
    - Jareen, CNN iReport producer

    A party has spun out of control and turned into a riot in Warnbro, Western Australia in the early hours of Sunday morning.

     

    Dozens of Police arrived on the scene at the southern end of Currie Street just before 1am, followed by a squad of rapid response Riot Police. Police blocked off Sweep Enterance and marched towards Teraglin Way and surrounding streets.

     

    Armed with shields the Riot Police moved down the streets and cleared away the trouble makers

     

    Bottles and missiles were thrown. Blood stained the road, glass littered the street.

     

    A Police Officer was punched and glass bottles were thrown at Police

     

    Police dispersed the violent, noisey, drunken crowd by 3am

     

    Police on horses patrolled the street from the other direction, while the Police chopper circled above.

     

    3 Ambulances were on the scene to treat any injured.

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